“Miss Americana," a Netflix documentary directed by Lana Wilson, was one the most feverishly awaited films in this year's Sundance program
Netflix Inc. announced it is making additional investments in New Mexico, including a jobs training program and the production of a new film.
The National Football League's Super Bowl LIV matchup between the San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs on Feb. 2 will draw millions of viewers and plenty in ad revenue for broadcaster FOX.
Netflix says it is fine as is. Doesn't want to be Google, Amazon or Facebook.
Netflix subscribers that use the TV app have a lot to say about the service.
Royal biographer Angela Levin revealed her conversations with Prince Harry while she was writing her book “Harry: Conversations with the Prince."
First Netflix CEO Marc Randolph said he's surprised as anybody at the success and "progress" Netflix has made.
Investors will get their first glimpse into how the Disney+ launch may be impacting Netflix.
Shortly before setting her account to private, she posted a message about how social media “can be dark."
Netflix's Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos signaled the streaming service is open to working with Meghan Markle and Prince Harry.
With the French government tightening oversight of Netflix, the company's new office and expanded French-language production may not be coincidence.
The popular streaming service's content spending may top $26 billion by 2028.
The frozen-dessert maker's new flavor, Netflix & Chill'd, plays on a phrase that has become code for close encounters of the oldest kind.
Comcast Corp’s NBCUniversal will provide details on its planned Peacock video streaming service on Thursday, taking on industry leader Netflix Inc and others in the highly competitive field.
Tax Watch's report comes as Netflix and other tech companies face changes in how European countries tax them.
The Geno McDermott-directed series runs 70 minutes per episode and is based largely on reporting from sports journalists Dan Wetzel and Kevin Armstrong.
The Church of Scientology says incoming members agree to "forever abandoning" their rights to take legal action,
The streaming revolution is increasing the number of scripted offerings and raising costs.
The ruling by Rio de Janeiro judge Benedicto Abicair responded to a petition by a Brazilian Catholic organization that argued the "honor of millions of Catholics" was hurt by the airing of “The First Temptation of Christ.”
The streaming wars might be heating up, but U.S. consumers don't want to go broke over it.